Gibraltar: The Apes
Today we did the
We then started the walk down and stopped of at St Michael’s
cave. We were not expecting it to be anything special however the stalactite
and stalagmite formations really were spectacular. We then waked down to the
ape den. The apes were following there natural instincts and acting just as
they would in the wild of
We then walked along to the other end of the rock and visited the great siege tunnels. These were carved out by the British army during the great siege between 1779 and 1783. Canons were used to fire on the attackers. Very impressive.
We then visited the Moorish castle. However not much is left although you could go to the top. By this time we were “viewed out” so we walked back down the rock to the boat. We had a brilliant day but are very tired. The cats slept all day and wanted to play when we got back. Yoyo is running around the boat and even Koshka is active!
“I suppose I’d better pose again!”.
“Does my bum look big in this?”